Events

14th April 2020 – Exporting Mechanics Webinar Series II: ACE Export Reports for Compliance

The NCBFAA Educational Institute in cooperation with the Office of Digital Initiatives at the Department of Commerce, invite you to attend a webinar on ACE Reports for Compliance. During this webinar exporters will cover the ACE reporting that will assist in international transactions.  This webinar is for the intermediate U.S. small and medium size business…

Webinar: Covid-19 – Export Controls and Licenses

Register here Companies and organisations importing and exporting a wide range of goods and products need to be aware of rapidly changing temporary measures that governments around the world are making in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, to avoid unnecessary costs or to inadvertently contravene regulations. The range of goods that is being controlled is…

29th – 30th April 2020 – 13th Annual Flagship Conference on Economic Sanctions Enforcement and Compliance

Washington Hilton 1919 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, WA, United States

The Industry’s Largest Global Economic Sanctions Forum The 13th Advanced Flagship Conference on Economic Sanctions Enforcement and Compliance is widely regarded as the flagship event for senior executives and practitioners, who work in the areas of global sanctions compliance, internal audits and investigations, international trade, banking, insurance, forensic accounting and white collar crime. IN-DEPTH COVERAGE…

5th – 6th May 2020 – Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (New York)

DoubleTree By Hilton Metropolitan New York 569 Lexington Ave, New York, NY, United States

The 21st New York Conference continues to build on a longstanding track record of gathering the major stakeholders in the anti-corruption community-senior government officials, industry executives and leading private practitioners. For the 2019 Agenda, Speakers and More, Click Here. Unlike other events, this conference is widely regarded as one of the few worthwhile networking and benchmarking opportunities…

27th – 28th May 2020 – US Trade Controls Compliance in Europe Conference

Sofitel Munich Bayerpost Bayerstrasse 12, Munich, Germany

If you deal with controlled US goods the ITAR and EAR are acronyms you know all about and you have probably already attended this leading conference. But as we all know, it never gets easier, review and revision by the Trump administration has added a whole new dimension. See you in Munich guys. The conference…

Export Control Regulation in India

Export Control Professionals need to stay abreast of the different laws and controls of the different countries they are selling to. This one-hour webinar from the Institute of Export & International Trade's Export Control Profession will consider the relevant regulation and licences for India. Register here >> During this 1-hour webinar you will learn: Overview…

Cloud computing and export controls

In 2020, exports don’t have to go physically across borders to be subject to different countries’ controls and regulations. Software and technology stored or accessed using cloud services are subject to export controls and…

Webinar: Export Controls Post Transition

Online event

Export Controls in 2021 Post Transition Export Control requirements for trading with the EU may be subject to change in 2021. This one hour webinar will review changes in trading arrangements for goods subject to export controls and the requirements for businesses to comply with new trade and regulatory requirements. The webinar will cover: Export…

Webinar: China’s Export Control Regulations

Online event

China's new and tougher export control laws entered into force in late 2020 and provides the country with sweeping powers to protect China's national security. Businesses worldwide, including in the UK, who import dual-use or military items from China need to pay attention, as delays at the export stage could impact supply chains. Chinese exporters…

Updates to the EU export control regime – what you need to know

Online event

The new EU Dual-Use Regulation is due to come into force this summer, bringing in new EU autonomous controls, new and updated control parameters and other important clarifications. Businesses trading or participating in supply chains involving dual-use goods in the EU will need to understand what these new rules mean to ensure future trade is…

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